Iconic French fashion house La Maison is to be spotlighted in an Apple TV+ drama series starring seven-time César Award nominee Lambert Wilson.

La Maison will take a behind-the-curtain look at how a family dynasty of an iconic fashion house is thrown into scandal and reinvention by a viral video featuring star designer Vincent LeDu (Wilson), leaving his family’s legendary haute couture house hanging by a thread. Perle Foster (Amira Casar), Vincent’s former muse who is still in his shadow, teams up with next-generation, visionary designer Paloma Castel (Zita Hanrot) to save and recreate the century-old Maison LEDU, claiming their rightful place in both the LeDu family and the fashion world.

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Wilson, who played The Merovingian in The Matrix trilogy and is this year’s Locarno Jury President, leads a cast featuring Carole Bouquet (En Therapy), Zita Hanrot (Fatima), Pierre Deladonchamps (Stranger by the Lake), Antoine Reinartz (Anatomy of a Fall), Anne Consigny (Elle), Florence Loiret Caille (The Bureau) and rising star Ji-Min Park.

Created by showrunners José Caltagirone and Valentine Milville, and based on an original idea by executive producer Alex Berger, the 10-part series is directed by award-winning filmmaker Fabrice Gobert (the returned) and Daniel Grou aka Podz (Lupine). La Maison is co-produced by Apple TV+, TOA-The Originals of America and TOP-The Originals Productions.

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